Former Sprint Dealer Secures Multi-Unit Franchise Deal with PayMore
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Former Sprint Dealer Secures Multi-Unit Franchise Deal with PayMore

April 04, 2024 // // NEW YORK - PayMore Stores proudly announces a nine-unit deal in Kansas City with seasoned electronics and wireless franchisee Paul Kushnir.

Paul Kushnir, the newest PayMore franchisee, brings a dynamic background with nearly 30 years’ experience in the wireless industry. Born in Ukraine, he and his brother immigrated to Canada in 1980 when Paul was 6 and his brother was 13. They later moved to Kansas City in 1993. Their entrepreneurial journey began with building one of the most dominant players in cellular accessory distribution, with stores selling their products. After selling the business in 2005, they started opening Sprint locations. During that time, they also started a phone repair business called Phone Medic, that evolved into a partnership with uBreakiFix. They appointed CEO Christine Ricci and became one of uBreakiFix’s most successful franchisees. After selling both businesses in 2021, Kushnir was ready for the next big thing, leading him to PayMore.

Considering his vast experience in franchises and consumer electronics, Kushnir expressed his search for a unique business opportunity. PayMore grabbed his attention due to its innovative model, offering a fresh approach in the market with no direct competition and promising performance.

"Once I started learning more about PayMore and chatting with other franchisees, one thing that really caught my attention was the incredible results they're achieving – combined with no direct competition, it was a perfect fit for me," Kushnir explained.

Kushnir is thrilled to have joined the brand at such an early stage, as it presents an opportunity to establish a presence in Kansas City, a market he states is ideal for this model. He intends to concentrate on the Overland Park and Northland areas for his initial locations and aims to have two locations open this year.

PayMore operates as a hybrid business, combining an online e-commerce platform with a physical brick-and-mortar store. Their products include smartphones, gaming systems, tablets, and other tech gadgets.




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